Throughout his four year term as prime minister, Mr. Trudeau’s penchant for playing Mr. Dress-up has been on display for all voters to witness. While establishment media have indulged in these “unfortunate” incidents, there is a critical aspect they continue to obscure: Justin Trudeau’s physical relationships with his MP’s, as well as the general public.
Justin Trudeau’s behind-the-scenes string pullers have developed an election platform unprecedented in Canadian politics– brand ANYONE who questions or disagrees with their globalist, culture-destroying agenda as racists and bigots.
Mel Arnold, MP for North Okanagan-Shuswap in British Columbia, strongly condemned the decision by a federal court to release Othman Hamdan from custody and place him in the town of Enderby, which he represents.
Léger Marketing carried out a country-wide online poll asking if voters would support the ban of religious symbols for teachers, police officers and judges in their province. Outside Quebec, fully 40 PERCENT of Canadians approved of such a ban in their own province.
An op-ed published by a Calgary instructor in two Vancouver newspapers is being widely condemned for saying Canada would be better off WITHOUT ethnic diversity.
When initially restoring funding to UNRWA, then-minister of International Development, Liberal MP Marie-Claude Bibeau, made special mention of the fact that part of Canada’s funding would be allocated to “social media training.” What was needed was not training but for someone to hold Krähenbühl, and UNRWA generally, accountable.
The survey said it questioned 2,077 UK adults of various ages and genders living in different regions of the country between July 12 and 14 to gather the results, which suggest…
‘The electorate is now MORE POLARIZED on cultural issues than it’s ever been in Canada. We’ll have to see where that goes,’ Eric Kaufmann said. In his book Whiteshift, political scientist Eric Kaufmann described Canada as a possible exception to the populist wave in the West, but in a recent interview with economist Tyler Cowen, Kaufmann said the precarious status quo is NOW UNDER THREAT.
The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) have received Justice Yergeau’s decision that DENIED their application for a stay of Bill 21.
The 74-year old Diane Blain is taking legal action against Trudeau after she alleges his bodyguards acted abusively towards her and the prime minister defamed her character at an August 16 event in Sabrevois, Quebec.